• Judy Falcon  
    Director of Transportation
    845-943-3215 Fax

    The staff of the Kingston City School District is responsible for safely and efficiently transporting students to and from schools and school activities. They handle the logistics of routing for each of our schools and for resolving transportation concerns.

    Bus Safety

    Please remember that students are required to be at the bus stop five minutes prior to the scheduled bus arrival times, and that students should be orderly and respectful of other riders and the property of others.

    Students should observe these rules:
    • Observe same conduct as in the classroom. 
    • Be courteous, use no profane language. 
    • Do not eat or drink on the bus. 
    • Keep bus clean. 
    • Cooperate with the driver. 
    • Do not smoke. 
    • Do not be destructive. 
    • Stay in your seat. 
    • Keep head, hands and feet inside the bus. 
    • Bus driver is authorized to assign seats.


    The following bus companies provide transportation to students in Kingston School District.
    Ethan Allen – (845) 339-3115
    First Student Inc. –(845) 338-5809
    Arthur F. Mulligan- (845) 658-8600 x 104
    Lezette Express- (845) 246-5878

    Transportation to Non-Public Schools

    Parents in the Kingston City School District whose children plan to attend non-public schools the following year must file a request for transportation form by April 1st. Transportation is provided within a 15 mile radius.

    Forms are available at all non-public and private schools. A new request for transportation form must be completed every school year for each child and for each school. Parents are to return the request for transportation forms to the schools and they will be forwarded to us before April 1st (the form is also available in a pdf format below).

    If a parent is uncertain which non-public school his child will attend next year, they may submit more than one transportation request to ensure transportation will be considered. However, the parent needs to decide and the school district must be notified no later then May 15th to confirm which school the student will be attending in September.


    Parents of children who reside in the Kingston City School District are reminded that April 1, 2019 is the deadline for filing applications for transportation to non-public schools for the 2019-2020 school year. 

    In order to be eligible for transportation, the distance between the child’s residence and the non-public school may not exceed fifteen (15) miles. Parents who have questions about eligibility should contact the Transportation Office at 943-3050 for clarification.

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